We stayed here two nights as part of a group tour. We had lilac bungalow, which had more than everything we needed. All kitchen equipment, fridge, 8 beds in our room, hammock , table and chairs at the front. Two sinks and plugs to do the washing and line to hang it on. Air con and fan too.
I enjoyed staying here .Breakfast was help yourself and simple but good quality .The owners and staff ,including grandchildren were friendly and helpful .Nearby was a hotel with a swimming pool if you bought drinks . Rooms were clean with kitchenettes if required .
Stayed here as part of an intrepid trip. The accomodation is nice, clean. It is however a long way from town, 20mins. There is no food served so for breakfast and dinner it means a long walk! There are a couple of options closer but not for breakfast. There is also no Wi-Fi without buying a scratchcard from the owner. She said it was impossible for them to get Wi-Fi without spending a fortune (I mean its a hotel, just get the wifi) but then had a private Wi-Fi link. Felt like a rouse to get us to pay for Wi-Fi which is fine but jus6 admit it. It was all a bit uncomfortable. Otherwise it's ok. Personally I would stay closer to town.
Stayed here as part of an Intrepid tour. So much nicer than expected. Spotlessly clean and situated perfectly between the 2 beaches in Santa Catalina. 10 minutes walk either way. Not overly impressed with the area but the hotel is perfectly fine.
We stayed here with Intrepid Travel's Amazing Central America Tour and found it to be perfectly comfortable - the beds are nice, the rooms are clean and each comes with its own kitchenette and fridge for cooking (a little like a hostel). Air con works well and wifi is patchy, but there is a communal area for socialising and it is located very close to the beach and a short walk to the small town attached. Our only criticism was that the rooms shared one shower and toilet hidden behind the property and at night this was found to be a little daunting.